Hyaluronic acid is a high molecular mucopolysaccharide composed of DN-acetylglucosamine and D-glucuronic acid. The commercial hyaluronic acid is generally its sodium salt, namely sodium hyaluronate. , referred to as HA. It is still customary to call hyaluronic acid.
The main functions of hyaluronic acid are as follows:
1. Improve joint function
2. Natural moisturizing lubricant
3. Prevent the occurrence of arteriosclerosis, pulse disturbance and brain atrophy
Oral hyaluronic acid has moisturizing and lubricating effect on cell tissues.
When hyaluronic acid is lost faster than growth rate, hyaluronic acid should be replenished from the outside.